Mainstreaming Gender within Local Government Climate and Disaster Risk Assessments
This paper presents findings of an in-depth gender review of the toolkit and processes utilized by Local Government Units (LGUs) in the Philippines to conduct Comprehensive Disaster Risk Assessments (CDRAs). It is comprised of a systematic document review of the toolkit available, particularly the CLUP Guidebook: Supplemental Guidelines on Mainstreaming Climate Change and Disaster Risks in the Comprehensive Land Use Plan (hereafter referred to as the CLUP Guidebook – or simply Guidebook), alongside insights from a series of open-ended qualitative interviews with four key informants. We conclude with a series of practical recommendations to GIZ and the Government of the Philippines (GoP) to strengthen gender mainstreaming in CDRA planning in the Philippines.
McGinn, Colleen;Venkateswaran, Kanmani
Institute for Social and Environmental Transition-International (ISET)
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